Controlling feral animals in Barmah National Park is critical to the long-term health of the park’s internationally recognised wetlands says Goulburn Broken CMA CEO Chris Norman.
Scientists have avoided local extinction of an endangered native fish from creeks in the Strathbogie Ranges.
Water-logged paddocks and ruined pastures will cease to be problems for a group of Naring farmers, after work started on their new community irrigation drain.
Native fish, including threatened silver perch, are thriving in the Broken River despite the lower flows.
In what has been declared the official Year of the Paddock Tree, funds have been made available to farmers to protect scattered trees.
Dairy research scientist Yvette Williams has been named the recipient of the Ken Sampson Fairley Leadership Memorial Scholarship.
Applications are now open for positions on the boards of Victoria’s 19 water corporations and 10 catchment management authorities.
Large grey-box stumps removed during Downer’s construction of Neoen’s Numurkah Solar Farm are now providing habitat for native fish in the Nine Mile Creek west of Numurkah.
Wednesday 13 February 2019
Recent monitoring in the Seven and Hughes creeks shows native fish including threatened trout cod and Macquarie perch have moved to sections of the creek with deeper pools.
Goulburn Broken CMA’s annual waterway arrowhead spraying program will once again focus on the Broken-Boosey creeks between Katamatite and Barmah.
A call is going out for people to get involved in a citizen science project to keep track of platypus numbers in rivers across the Goulburn Broken Catchment.
Representatives from Australian Trout Foundation, VR Fish and local fly fishing groups are liaising with North East and Goulburn Broken CMAs to monitor trout populations in creeks across the north-east and high country.
Ongoing hot dry weather is taking its toll on a number of creeks across the Goulburn Broken catchment.
Grants are available for landholders to carry out works to improve and protect grey box grassy woodlands on their properties through the Linking Landscapes and Communities project.
An alarming decline in the number of paddock trees across the Goulburn Murray region has prompted a campaign to protect as many of the district’s scattered trees as possible.